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Business Industry

Bookkeeper

Accounting

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Welcome to Lakeland Community College's Department of Accounting. The mission of the Accounting Department is to educate, train, and inspire students for careers in business and accounting. Because accounting is vital to successful business operations, an accounting graduate can look forward to an exciting and rewarding career.

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Accounting

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Welcome to Lakeland Community College's Department of Accounting. The mission of the Accounting Department is to educate, train, and inspire students for careers in business and accounting. Because accounting is vital to successful business operations, an accounting graduate can look forward to an exciting and rewarding career.

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Office Manager

Business Management

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Lakeland's Business Management department offers five areas of degree concentrations that prepare students for rewarding and exciting careers in large or small organizations.

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Real Estate Appraiser

Ohio Real Estate Broker Certificate

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This certificate is designed for students who already have the equivalent of two years of post-secondary education or the equivalent of 60 semester hours, who meet the experience requirements of the Ohio Division of Real Estate, but lack course work in financial management, human resources, applied business economics, and business law.

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Certificate

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Real estate salespersons help clients buy, sell, and rent properties. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, (www.bls.gov), employment of real estate sales agents is expected to grow by 11% from 2012 to 2022. Courses within the certificate are required by the Ohio Department of Commerce - Division of Real Estate and Professional Licensing to be taken before sitting for the real estate salespersons examination. Students earning this certificate will have completed the education requirements necessary to sit for the Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Advanced Electronics Technology Certificate

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Machinist

CNC Operator Mini Certification

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CNC Set-up And Programming Technology Certificate

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology Foundations Certificate

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Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Maintenance And Repair Concentration, A.A.S.

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The ArcelorMittal Endorsed Option for the Maintenance and Repair Concentration (ArcelorMittal Steelworker for the Future Program) is for students wanting a career as a maintenance technician mechanical at ArcelorMittal Cleveland. The Steelworker for the Future program is a partnership with Lakeland Community College, ArcelorMittal Cleveland, and the United Steelworkers Local 979 designed to prepare students for successful careers as mechanical maintenance or electrical maintenance technicians in the steel industry. Steelworker for the Future is an estimated 2.5-year program that includes four semesters of classroom training, plus up to 16 weeks of paid on-the-job (co-op) training at ArcelorMittal Cleveland for students who pass the company’s hiring requirements.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Maintenance And Repair Concentration, A.A.S.

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The ArcelorMittal Endorsed Option for the Maintenance and Repair Concentration (ArcelorMittal Steelworker for the Future Program) is for students wanting a career as a maintenance technician mechanical at ArcelorMittal Cleveland. The Steelworker for the Future program is a partnership with Lakeland Community College, ArcelorMittal Cleveland, and the United Steelworkers Local 979 designed to prepare students for successful careers as mechanical maintenance or electrical maintenance technicians in the steel industry. Steelworker for the Future is an estimated 2.5-year program that includes four semesters of classroom training, plus up to 16 weeks of paid on-the-job (co-op) training at ArcelorMittal Cleveland for students who pass the company’s hiring requirements.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Animation and Cartoon Arts Certificate

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Cartoons and animations have been an active form of entertainment since Edison’s kinescope techniques of the late 1800s. This program relies on a foundation of basic cartoon art skills and develops their role in contemporary media industry. Modern animation skills are developed through hands-on training and professional business outcomes. Also included is in-depth analysis and training in three-dimensional animation skills, both for entertainment and industrial applications. This program is designed to meet the needs for gainful employment in the media industry.

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Graphic Design For the Web Certificate

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This certificate is designed to meet the growing demand for graphic designers and web content developers who are proficient in skill sets such as basic web programming, the Adobe Creative Suite, and other tools and principles of graphic and web design. The Graphic Design for the Web Certificate will allow Graphic Design majors to begin to acquire knowledge for front-end web development, and allow IT&CS Web Content Developers the opportunity to acquire knowledge in basic graphic design.

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Graphic Design, A.A.B.

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Graduates of this program will have the skills to enter the graphic design field at entry-level or to transfer to institutions offering a baccalaureate degree. Regardless of their immediate goal, students will be encouraged to develop all conceptual and technical abilities most applicable to the field.

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AV Technician

Audio Engineering and Production Certificate

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The audio recording and production industry has been a mainstay of the communications field for many decades. The techniques used to create fine audio programs have been a paramount issue in the media industry. With the advent of modern music and the associated industry promotion, there is an increased interest in this discipline. Lakeland’s Audio Engineering and Production certificate program, in keeping with the industry’s history of master/apprentice training, provides students with the opportunity to work with a teaching staff well recognized for its accomplishments in the world of broadcast, recording, sound reinforcement, and audio production. With its heavy emphasis on direct application of skills, the program helps prepare students for success in the audio recording and production industry.

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Photography Certificate

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Photography is a technology-driven field. This certificate is designed to provide students with training in the use of photographic equipment, software and best practices, which is vital in producing images of a professional caliber. In addition, training in visual literacy and the aesthetics of photography are key to success in this field. With a tendency in our economy towards sole proprietorships and small business development, the ability to earn such a certificate would enable both traditional and non-traditional students to garner the skills necessary to become their own entrepreneurs as photographers and to expand their rolls in existing employment positions.

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Video Production and Broadcast Certificate

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Our increasing dependence on broadcast television, film, and video as means of communication has helped to further the development of technology necessary for proper production. The advent of internet broadcasting and high capacity satellite transmissions has further increased the need for training in the techniques of communication. Lakeland’s Video Production and Broadcast certificate program, designed to provide hands-on training in the areas of broadcast, newsgathering, live performance, and video engineering for both broadcast and interactive media applications, helps prepare students to meet the needs of the video communications industry.

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Broadcast Engineer

Radio Production and Broadcast Certificate

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One of the most significant developments of the 20th century was the advent of organized radio transmission. To this day, news, information, and music find radio their marketplace and a pinnacle of the communications industry. Internet radio production has increased dramatically the broadcast reach of the medium and has secured radio’s future as a communications giant. This program is designed to provide real-world knowledge and hands-on training in the areas of broadcast, newsgathering, live performances and radio business. Designed to facilitate both broadcast and interactive media applications, this program is designed to meet the needs of students seeking employment in the radio industry.

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Video Production and Broadcast Certificate

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Our increasing dependence on broadcast television, film, and video as means of communication has helped to further the development of technology necessary for proper production. The advent of internet broadcasting and high capacity satellite transmissions has further increased the need for training in the techniques of communication. Lakeland’s Video Production and Broadcast certificate program, designed to provide hands-on training in the areas of broadcast, newsgathering, live performance, and video engineering for both broadcast and interactive media applications, helps prepare students to meet the needs of the video communications industry.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Application Programming And Development Concentration, A.A.B.

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This program prepares students for entry-level software development positions in the high demand field of mobile application development. Students will learn how to develop software and design mobile applications for Apple’s iPhone/iPad and Android phone and tablets. The primary languages covered include Swift and Java. Students will use both Apple’s Xcode and Android Studio integrated development environments to design, develop, and simulate mobile applications. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Cisco Network Security Certificate

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Cisco Network Security, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Technical Studies Degree in Computer Information Technology prepares or upgrades the graduate for career objectives requiring more than one computer-related specialization. Specializations can be combined from within, but not limited to, areas such as computer network support, computer user support, data information analysis, software design and development, web content design, and media studies. Available courses include those that prepare for industry certification from Oracle, Microsoft, CompTIA and Cisco. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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Computer Integrate Manufacturing Technology Certificate

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Computer Science/Software Engineering Concentration, A.A.B.

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This concentration is designed for students planning to transfer to a bachelor degree program in computer science or computer information systems. In addition to being a transfer program, this program will help students who are interested in game and entertainment programming acquire the fundamental skills to get started. Students should consult a Lakeland counselor prior to beginning this program in order to ensure maximum transferability.

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Cybersecurity Concentration, A.A.B.

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The Cybersecurity Concentration focuses on designing, implementing and maintaining defensive and offensive strategies in the cybersecurity area of knowledge. Founded on Lakeland’s extensive history in networking, infrastructure security, information technology and computer science, instruction included in the emphasis helps prepare students and professionals for several industry certifications such as CompTIA, Cisco, Microsoft and RedHat. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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General Manufacturing, A.A.S.

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The General Manufacturing major prepares students for employment as engineering technicians at the operations level in manufacturing industries having a concentration in computer applications. Technicians assist in the design and implementation of manufacturing process systems that include numerical control equipment, computer aided part programming, computer aided manufacturing, factory automation, and flexible manufacturing cells and systems.

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Industrial Computer Hardware Technician Certificate

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Interactive Entertainment Technology Certificate

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Video games have swept the world as both a form of entertainment and as learning tools for many industries. The field and its underlying hardware are one of the key factors in the development of innovational technology. This program sets forth a series of courses that encourage the development of analytical, psychological, and programming techniques to produce entertainment and educational-oriented assets. Through this program of study, students will engage in hands-on study of a field they have enjoyed as a diversion or relaxation and be prepared to work as a member of the media industry’s most exciting workforces.

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IT Foundations Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring fundamental information technology knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for several IT degree concentrations.

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IT Professional Certificate

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This certificate builds upon previous information technology proficiency skills by providing professional competencies as well as an additional breadth and depth. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring a professional level of computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Specialist Certificate

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This certificate program builds upon previous information technology foundational skills by providing core competencies as well as breadth and depth in specific focus areas. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring more specialized computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Support Analyst, A.A.B.

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This program provides students with expertise in supporting business computer applications and operating systems. It includes a study of hardware and software installation, the use and support of common operating systems, networking, and security. Graduates are prepared to tailor hardware and software based on user needs and to provide end-user support and training. Career opportunities include help desk support, technical computer training, computer consulting, and information technologies employment. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of computer support specialists is projected to grow 12% through 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. Courses within this program help students to prepare for industry certification exams, including Microsoft, Oracle, and CompTIA. The typical education required to become a help desk support technician is an associate degree; however, students have the option to continue their education by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Web Content Developer, A.A.B.

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This program provides students with skills necessary to understand, use, and develop Internet services and resources. In addition, the program will help students become web developers who are responsible for the look and technical aspects of a web site. Students will create content-rich sites that use various forms of media as well as basic interactive programming techniques. Projects will emphasize business, home-office, and personal applications. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of web developers is projected to grow 15% through 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. The typical education needed to become a web developer is an associate degree; however, students have the option to continue their education by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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Data Security Management

Application Programming And Development Concentration, A.A.B.

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This program prepares students for entry-level software development positions in the high demand field of mobile application development. Students will learn how to develop software and design mobile applications for Apple’s iPhone/iPad and Android phone and tablets. The primary languages covered include Swift and Java. Students will use both Apple’s Xcode and Android Studio integrated development environments to design, develop, and simulate mobile applications. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Cisco Network Security Certificate

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Cisco Network Security, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Technical Studies Degree in Computer Information Technology prepares or upgrades the graduate for career objectives requiring more than one computer-related specialization. Specializations can be combined from within, but not limited to, areas such as computer network support, computer user support, data information analysis, software design and development, web content design, and media studies. Available courses include those that prepare for industry certification from Oracle, Microsoft, CompTIA and Cisco. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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Computer Science/Software Engineering Concentration, A.A.B.

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This concentration is designed for students planning to transfer to a bachelor degree program in computer science or computer information systems. In addition to being a transfer program, this program will help students who are interested in game and entertainment programming acquire the fundamental skills to get started. Students should consult a Lakeland counselor prior to beginning this program in order to ensure maximum transferability.

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Computer User Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring fundamental computer knowledge and skills.

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Cybersecurity Concentration, A.A.B.

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The Cybersecurity Concentration focuses on designing, implementing and maintaining defensive and offensive strategies in the cybersecurity area of knowledge. Founded on Lakeland’s extensive history in networking, infrastructure security, information technology and computer science, instruction included in the emphasis helps prepare students and professionals for several industry certifications such as CompTIA, Cisco, Microsoft and RedHat. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Industrial Computer Hardware Technician Certificate

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IT Foundations Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring fundamental information technology knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for several IT degree concentrations.

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IT Professional Certificate

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This certificate builds upon previous information technology proficiency skills by providing professional competencies as well as an additional breadth and depth. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring a professional level of computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Specialist Certificate

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This certificate program builds upon previous information technology foundational skills by providing core competencies as well as breadth and depth in specific focus areas. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring more specialized computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Support Analyst, A.A.B.

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This program provides students with expertise in supporting business computer applications and operating systems. It includes a study of hardware and software installation, the use and support of common operating systems, networking, and security. Graduates are prepared to tailor hardware and software based on user needs and to provide end-user support and training. Career opportunities include help desk support, technical computer training, computer consulting, and information technologies employment. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of computer support specialists is projected to grow 12% through 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. Courses within this program help students to prepare for industry certification exams, including Microsoft, Oracle, and CompTIA. The typical education required to become a help desk support technician is an associate degree; however, students have the option to continue their education by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Operating Systems/Networking Concentration, A.A.B.

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The Operating Systems/Networking Concentration provides coverage of all aspects of installing, administering and managing heterogeneous local and wide area networks. Based on Lakeland’s status as a Microsoft Imagine Academy, instruction included in the emphasis helps prepare students and professionals for multiple vendor and vendor neutral certifications such as CompTIA Networking+, CompTIA Security+, and Microsoft Certified Solution Associate (MCSA). In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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Systems Analyst

Application Programming And Development Concentration, A.A.B.

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This program prepares students for entry-level software development positions in the high demand field of mobile application development. Students will learn how to develop software and design mobile applications for Apple’s iPhone/iPad and Android phone and tablets. The primary languages covered include Swift and Java. Students will use both Apple’s Xcode and Android Studio integrated development environments to design, develop, and simulate mobile applications. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Cisco Network Security Certificate

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Cisco Network Security, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Technical Studies Degree in Computer Information Technology prepares or upgrades the graduate for career objectives requiring more than one computer-related specialization. Specializations can be combined from within, but not limited to, areas such as computer network support, computer user support, data information analysis, software design and development, web content design, and media studies. Available courses include those that prepare for industry certification from Oracle, Microsoft, CompTIA and Cisco. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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Computer Science/Software Engineering Concentration, A.A.B.

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This concentration is designed for students planning to transfer to a bachelor degree program in computer science or computer information systems. In addition to being a transfer program, this program will help students who are interested in game and entertainment programming acquire the fundamental skills to get started. Students should consult a Lakeland counselor prior to beginning this program in order to ensure maximum transferability.

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Cybersecurity Concentration, A.A.B.

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The Cybersecurity Concentration focuses on designing, implementing and maintaining defensive and offensive strategies in the cybersecurity area of knowledge. Founded on Lakeland’s extensive history in networking, infrastructure security, information technology and computer science, instruction included in the emphasis helps prepare students and professionals for several industry certifications such as CompTIA, Cisco, Microsoft and RedHat. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Industrial Computer Hardware Technician Certificate

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IT Foundations Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring fundamental information technology knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for several IT degree concentrations.

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IT Professional Certificate

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This certificate builds upon previous information technology proficiency skills by providing professional competencies as well as an additional breadth and depth. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring a professional level of computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Specialist Certificate

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This certificate program builds upon previous information technology foundational skills by providing core competencies as well as breadth and depth in specific focus areas. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring more specialized computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Support Analyst, A.A.B.

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This program provides students with expertise in supporting business computer applications and operating systems. It includes a study of hardware and software installation, the use and support of common operating systems, networking, and security. Graduates are prepared to tailor hardware and software based on user needs and to provide end-user support and training. Career opportunities include help desk support, technical computer training, computer consulting, and information technologies employment. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of computer support specialists is projected to grow 12% through 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. Courses within this program help students to prepare for industry certification exams, including Microsoft, Oracle, and CompTIA. The typical education required to become a help desk support technician is an associate degree; however, students have the option to continue their education by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Operating Systems/Networking Concentration, A.A.B.

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The Operating Systems/Networking Concentration provides coverage of all aspects of installing, administering and managing heterogeneous local and wide area networks. Based on Lakeland’s status as a Microsoft Imagine Academy, instruction included in the emphasis helps prepare students and professionals for multiple vendor and vendor neutral certifications such as CompTIA Networking+, CompTIA Security+, and Microsoft Certified Solution Associate (MCSA). In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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IT Support Specialist

Application Programming And Development Concentration, A.A.B.

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This program prepares students for entry-level software development positions in the high demand field of mobile application development. Students will learn how to develop software and design mobile applications for Apple’s iPhone/iPad and Android phone and tablets. The primary languages covered include Swift and Java. Students will use both Apple’s Xcode and Android Studio integrated development environments to design, develop, and simulate mobile applications. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Technical Studies Degree in Computer Information Technology prepares or upgrades the graduate for career objectives requiring more than one computer-related specialization. Specializations can be combined from within, but not limited to, areas such as computer network support, computer user support, data information analysis, software design and development, web content design, and media studies. Available courses include those that prepare for industry certification from Oracle, Microsoft, CompTIA and Cisco. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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Computer Maintenance and Repair Certificate

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Computer Science/Software Engineering Concentration, A.A.B.

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This concentration is designed for students planning to transfer to a bachelor degree program in computer science or computer information systems. In addition to being a transfer program, this program will help students who are interested in game and entertainment programming acquire the fundamental skills to get started. Students should consult a Lakeland counselor prior to beginning this program in order to ensure maximum transferability.

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Cybersecurity Concentration, A.A.B.

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The Cybersecurity Concentration focuses on designing, implementing and maintaining defensive and offensive strategies in the cybersecurity area of knowledge. Founded on Lakeland’s extensive history in networking, infrastructure security, information technology and computer science, instruction included in the emphasis helps prepare students and professionals for several industry certifications such as CompTIA, Cisco, Microsoft and RedHat. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Industrial Computer Hardware Technician Certificate

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IT Foundations Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring fundamental information technology knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for several IT degree concentrations.

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IT Professional Certificate

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This certificate builds upon previous information technology proficiency skills by providing professional competencies as well as an additional breadth and depth. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring a professional level of computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Specialist Certificate

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This certificate program builds upon previous information technology foundational skills by providing core competencies as well as breadth and depth in specific focus areas. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring more specialized computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Support Analyst, A.A.B.

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This program provides students with expertise in supporting business computer applications and operating systems. It includes a study of hardware and software installation, the use and support of common operating systems, networking, and security. Graduates are prepared to tailor hardware and software based on user needs and to provide end-user support and training. Career opportunities include help desk support, technical computer training, computer consulting, and information technologies employment. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of computer support specialists is projected to grow 12% through 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. Courses within this program help students to prepare for industry certification exams, including Microsoft, Oracle, and CompTIA. The typical education required to become a help desk support technician is an associate degree; however, students have the option to continue their education by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Application Programming And Development Concentration, A.A.B.

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This program prepares students for entry-level software development positions in the high demand field of mobile application development. Students will learn how to develop software and design mobile applications for Apple’s iPhone/iPad and Android phone and tablets. The primary languages covered include Swift and Java. Students will use both Apple’s Xcode and Android Studio integrated development environments to design, develop, and simulate mobile applications. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Cisco Network Security Certificate

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Cisco Network Security, A.A.S.

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Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Technical Studies Degree in Computer Information Technology prepares or upgrades the graduate for career objectives requiring more than one computer-related specialization. Specializations can be combined from within, but not limited to, areas such as computer network support, computer user support, data information analysis, software design and development, web content design, and media studies. Available courses include those that prepare for industry certification from Oracle, Microsoft, CompTIA and Cisco. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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Computer Science/Software Engineering Concentration, A.A.B.

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This concentration is designed for students planning to transfer to a bachelor degree program in computer science or computer information systems. In addition to being a transfer program, this program will help students who are interested in game and entertainment programming acquire the fundamental skills to get started. Students should consult a Lakeland counselor prior to beginning this program in order to ensure maximum transferability.

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Computer User Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring fundamental computer knowledge and skills.

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Cybersecurity Concentration, A.A.B.

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The Cybersecurity Concentration focuses on designing, implementing and maintaining defensive and offensive strategies in the cybersecurity area of knowledge. Founded on Lakeland’s extensive history in networking, infrastructure security, information technology and computer science, instruction included in the emphasis helps prepare students and professionals for several industry certifications such as CompTIA, Cisco, Microsoft and RedHat. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Industrial Computer Hardware Technician Certificate

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IT Foundations Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring fundamental information technology knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for several IT degree concentrations.

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IT Professional Certificate

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This certificate builds upon previous information technology proficiency skills by providing professional competencies as well as an additional breadth and depth. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring a professional level of computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Specialist Certificate

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This certificate program builds upon previous information technology foundational skills by providing core competencies as well as breadth and depth in specific focus areas. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring more specialized computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Support Analyst, A.A.B.

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This program provides students with expertise in supporting business computer applications and operating systems. It includes a study of hardware and software installation, the use and support of common operating systems, networking, and security. Graduates are prepared to tailor hardware and software based on user needs and to provide end-user support and training. Career opportunities include help desk support, technical computer training, computer consulting, and information technologies employment. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of computer support specialists is projected to grow 12% through 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. Courses within this program help students to prepare for industry certification exams, including Microsoft, Oracle, and CompTIA. The typical education required to become a help desk support technician is an associate degree; however, students have the option to continue their education by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Operating Systems/Networking Concentration, A.A.B.

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The Operating Systems/Networking Concentration provides coverage of all aspects of installing, administering and managing heterogeneous local and wide area networks. Based on Lakeland’s status as a Microsoft Imagine Academy, instruction included in the emphasis helps prepare students and professionals for multiple vendor and vendor neutral certifications such as CompTIA Networking+, CompTIA Security+, and Microsoft Certified Solution Associate (MCSA). In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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Database Administrator

Application Programming And Development Concentration, A.A.B.

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This program prepares students for entry-level software development positions in the high demand field of mobile application development. Students will learn how to develop software and design mobile applications for Apple’s iPhone/iPad and Android phone and tablets. The primary languages covered include Swift and Java. Students will use both Apple’s Xcode and Android Studio integrated development environments to design, develop, and simulate mobile applications. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Technical Studies Degree in Computer Information Technology prepares or upgrades the graduate for career objectives requiring more than one computer-related specialization. Specializations can be combined from within, but not limited to, areas such as computer network support, computer user support, data information analysis, software design and development, web content design, and media studies. Available courses include those that prepare for industry certification from Oracle, Microsoft, CompTIA and Cisco. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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Computer Science/Software Engineering Concentration, A.A.B.

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This concentration is designed for students planning to transfer to a bachelor degree program in computer science or computer information systems. In addition to being a transfer program, this program will help students who are interested in game and entertainment programming acquire the fundamental skills to get started. Students should consult a Lakeland counselor prior to beginning this program in order to ensure maximum transferability.

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Cybersecurity Concentration, A.A.B.

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The Cybersecurity Concentration focuses on designing, implementing and maintaining defensive and offensive strategies in the cybersecurity area of knowledge. Founded on Lakeland’s extensive history in networking, infrastructure security, information technology and computer science, instruction included in the emphasis helps prepare students and professionals for several industry certifications such as CompTIA, Cisco, Microsoft and RedHat. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in four-year bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Data Analytics Concentration, A.A.B.

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This program prepares students for entry-level employment in the field of data analytics. Students will gain understanding in data modeling, database normalization, and SQL for data processing and obtain skills and utilize tools that are necessary for data storage, processing, analysis, visualization and application issues. Data analysts are responsible for extracting, categorizing and analyzing data, in order to identify patterns, behaviors and trends, as well as utilizing different reporting, modeling and analytical techniques. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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IT Foundations Certificate

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This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring fundamental information technology knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for several IT degree concentrations.

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IT Professional Certificate

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This certificate builds upon previous information technology proficiency skills by providing professional competencies as well as an additional breadth and depth. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring a professional level of computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Specialist Certificate

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This certificate program builds upon previous information technology foundational skills by providing core competencies as well as breadth and depth in specific focus areas. It is designed to prepare students for employment in a variety of positions requiring more specialized computer knowledge and skills. It also fulfills one of the designated steps leading to completion for all of the IT degree concentrations.

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IT Support Analyst, A.A.B.

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This program provides students with expertise in supporting business computer applications and operating systems. It includes a study of hardware and software installation, the use and support of common operating systems, networking, and security. Graduates are prepared to tailor hardware and software based on user needs and to provide end-user support and training. Career opportunities include help desk support, technical computer training, computer consulting, and information technologies employment. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of computer support specialists is projected to grow 12% through 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. Courses within this program help students to prepare for industry certification exams, including Microsoft, Oracle, and CompTIA. The typical education required to become a help desk support technician is an associate degree; however, students have the option to continue their education by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Computer Integrate Manufacturing Technology Certificate

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General Manufacturing, A.A.S.

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The General Manufacturing major prepares students for employment as engineering technicians at the operations level in manufacturing industries having a concentration in computer applications. Technicians assist in the design and implementation of manufacturing process systems that include numerical control equipment, computer aided part programming, computer aided manufacturing, factory automation, and flexible manufacturing cells and systems.

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Industrial Computer Hardware Technician Certificate

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Graphic Designer

Interactive Entertainment Technology Certificate

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Video games have swept the world as both a form of entertainment and as learning tools for many industries. The field and its underlying hardware are one of the key factors in the development of innovational technology. This program sets forth a series of courses that encourage the development of analytical, psychological, and programming techniques to produce entertainment and educational-oriented assets. Through this program of study, students will engage in hands-on study of a field they have enjoyed as a diversion or relaxation and be prepared to work as a member of the media industry’s most exciting workforces.

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Web Content Developer, A.A.B.

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This program provides students with skills necessary to understand, use, and develop Internet services and resources. In addition, the program will help students become web developers who are responsible for the look and technical aspects of a web site. Students will create content-rich sites that use various forms of media as well as basic interactive programming techniques. Projects will emphasize business, home-office, and personal applications. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of web developers is projected to grow 15% through 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. The typical education needed to become a web developer is an associate degree; however, students have the option to continue their education by enrolling in four-year programs at local universities.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Autocad Operator Certificate

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CAD Design Certificate

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Computer Aided Design Concentration, A.A.S.

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This concentration emphasizes using CAD (computer aided design) for layout, design, and creating drawings in mechanical and industrial applications.

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Electrician

Electrical Construction Certificate

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Electrical Construction Tech, A.A.S.

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The Electrical Construction Technology program is a five-year Associate of Technical Studies (ATS) degree program offered in collaboration with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW Local #673). This program combines traditional coursework in communications, mathematics, physics, economics, and computers with technical courses and work experience. Graduates may work in residential, commercial and industrial construction as skilled wireman and in all aspects of the electrical and teledata industry. Admission is by application, competitive testing, and interviews with the IBEW Local #673.

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Electrical Technology Certificate

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This program is designed for students holding a State of Ohio apprenticeship certificate as an industrial maintenance electrician or in a related area. Certificate holders shall be granted up to 24 semester credit hours towards the associate degree; the balance of the program shall consist of technology courses and general requirements specified by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.

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Metal Fabricator

FCAW Welding Certificate

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GMAW Welding Certificate

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GTAW Welding Certificate

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SMAW Welding Certificate

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Welding And Fabrication Technology I Certificate

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This certificate introduces students to basic technical skills in industrial welding, as well as theory and safety. Successful completion of these courses will prepare students to gain entry into positions including fabrication, welding, soldering, and brazing.

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Welding And Fabrication Technology II Certificate

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This certificate provides students instruction in comprehensive technical skills that will prepare them for employment in positions including: fabrication, welding, soldering, and brazing, as well as sales, inspection and repair within the welding industry. The advanced welding courses embed the American Welding Society's Certification of Qualification exam that, upon successful completion, will result in the issuance of an industry recognized credential, which is portable.

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Welding And Fabrication Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Welding and Fabrication Technology is designed to prepare students for immediate employment in the manufacturing, construction and energy industries as well as in the public sector. The range and depth of program courses prepare students to be job ready for employment in positions including: fabrication, welding, soldering, and brazing, as well as in sales, inspection, repair, supervision and management.

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Welder

FCAW Welding Certificate

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GMAW Welding Certificate

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GTAW Welding Certificate

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Pipe Welding Certificate

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SMAW Welding Certificate

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Welding And Fabrication Technology I Certificate

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This certificate introduces students to basic technical skills in industrial welding, as well as theory and safety. Successful completion of these courses will prepare students to gain entry into positions including fabrication, welding, soldering, and brazing.

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Welding And Fabrication Technology II Certificate

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This certificate provides students instruction in comprehensive technical skills that will prepare them for employment in positions including: fabrication, welding, soldering, and brazing, as well as sales, inspection and repair within the welding industry. The advanced welding courses embed the American Welding Society's Certification of Qualification exam that, upon successful completion, will result in the issuance of an industry recognized credential, which is portable.

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Welding And Fabrication Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Welding and Fabrication Technology is designed to prepare students for immediate employment in the manufacturing, construction and energy industries as well as in the public sector. The range and depth of program courses prepare students to be job ready for employment in positions including: fabrication, welding, soldering, and brazing, as well as in sales, inspection, repair, supervision and management.

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Pipefitter / Steamfitter

Pipe Welding Certificate

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Healthcare Industry

Coding Certificate

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This certificate/area of specialization prepares students for classifying medical data from patient records in hospital and physician-based settings. Students in the coding certificate/area of specialization gain knowledge in medical terminology, disease processes, pharmacology, reimbursement methodologies, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT coding systems.

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Radiology Technician

Computed Tomography Certificate

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Computed Tomography (CT) technologists are responsible for taking detailed cross-sectional images of the internal structures of the human body using advanced computerized x-ray equipment. These members of the healthcare team work closely with physicians to provide radiographic studies that assist with patient diagnoses and treatment.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging Certificate

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technologists use radio waves, powerful magnets, and computers to create images of the body. MRI has become an important diagnostic imaging method that has had a significant impact in the field of medicine.

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Radiologic Tech, A.A.S.

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Radiographers work under the supervision of qualified radiologists or physicians. Radiographers perform imaging examinations, process and evaluate radiographic images, utilize radiographic equipment, manage quality assurance, provide patient education relevant to specific imaging procedures, and apply radiation protection principles to patients, self, and others. Work settings include hospitals, specialized imaging centers, urgent care clinics, private physician offices, industry, or civil service/public health centers.

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Dental Assistant

Dental Assistant Certificate

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The goal of the program is to prepare competent entry-level dental assistants’ in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains. Dental assistants are multi-skilled health professionals specifically educated to work in performing administrative and clinical duties. The practice of dental assisting directly influences the public’s health and well being, and requires mastery of a complex body of knowledge and specialized skills requiring both formal education and practical experience that serve as standards for entry into the profession.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene, A.A.S.

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The dental hygienist is a licensed member of the dental health team dedicated to helping patients maintain good oral health and prevent diseases and disorders. The dental hygienist is highly skilled in providing direct patient care and preventive procedures. Most dental hygienists are employed in private practice dental offices. However, hygienists are involved increasingly in other areas of preventive dentistry such as dental health education, community health, and public dental health.

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Cardiovascular Technician

Electrocardiography Certificate

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This certificate/area of specialization provides students with the basic knowledge and skills to perform an electrocardiogram (ECG). It also introduces basic cardiac arrhythmias and medications used to treat them. After completion of the program, students are eligible to take a national certification exam.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting Certificate

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The goal of the program is to prepare competent entry-level medical assistants in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains. Medical assistants are multi-skilled health professionals specifically educated to work in ambulatory settings performing administrative and clinical duties. The practice of medical assisting directly influences the public’s health and well-being, and requires mastery of a complex body of knowledge and specialized skills requiring both formal education and practical experience that serve as standards for entry into the profession.

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Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technology, A.A.S.

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Medical laboratory technicians are an important part of the medical diagnostic team. They perform tests in all areas of the clinical laboratory. A medical laboratory technician performs testing which gives the physician clues as to the absence, presence, extent, and causes of disease. This skilled professional utilizes a wide array of intricate precision instruments such as automated analyzers, microscopes, and electronic counters. Clinical experiences include rotations in microbiology, parasitology, mycology, urinalysis, immunology, blood banking, hematology, and chemistry departments in a hospital laboratory.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nursing Assisting Certificate

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Nursing assistants work in long-term care facilities, hospitals and other facilities delivering direct care, such as bathing and dressing patients, under the direct supervision of a nurse. The HLTH 1350 Nursing Assistant course includes classroom learning and hands-on clinical training. This course introduces basic knowledge and skills for care of the clients in a nursing home or long-term care facility. It also reinforces customer service skills and medical language skills. Successful completion of this course qualifies students to take the Ohio Department of Health’s Training Competency Evaluation Test to become a State-Tested Nursing Assistant.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing, A.A.S.

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The program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing1 and approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing2. Upon program completion, graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN examination which leads to state licensure and registration as an RN. A background check is required prior to the NCLEX examination. Any student who has been convicted of a felony, misdemeanor drug violation, a misdemeanor in the course of practice, or crime involving gross immorality or moral turpitude, may be denied licensure by the Ohio Board of Nursing.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.A.S.

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Occupational therapy assistants work under the supervision of qualified occupational therapists. They collaborate in the formulation of a treatment plan, deliver therapeutic interventions to address various disabilities, advocate for the rehabilitation needs of their patients and clients, educate patients and families on effective therapy participation, and accurately document occupational therapy services for reimbursement. They work with people of all ages in a variety of work settings which include hospitals, nursing homes, school systems, outpatient centers, specialized rehabilitation facilities, and mental health programs.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Certificate

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This program prepares students for entry-level software development positions in the high demand field of mobile application development. Students will learn how to develop software and design mobile applications for Apple’s iPhone/iPad and Android phone and tablets. The primary languages covered include Swift and Java. Students will use both Apple’s Xcode and Android Studio integrated development environments to design, develop, and simulate mobile applications. In addition to employment opportunities, students have the option to continue their education beyond the two-year associate degree program by enrolling in bachelor degree programs at local universities.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Therapy, A.A.S.

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Respiratory therapy, as a clinical discipline, has grown rapidly and has become an essential contributor to healthcare. Technological advancements and increased longevity combined with harmful effects caused by air pollution and hazardous occupations have created an increased demand for respiratory care practitioners.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology, A.A.S.

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Surgical technologists, who are integral members of the surgical team, work closely with surgeons, anesthesiologists, registered nurses and other surgical personnel in delivering patient care before, during, and after surgery. Surgical technologists have primary responsibility for maintaining the sterile field and ensuring that the surgical team adheres to aseptic techniques. They prepare, set up, and handle the instruments, supplies, and equipment necessary for the surgical procedure. In addition, they monitor conditions in the operating room and constantly assess the needs of the patient and the surgical team.

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Public Service Industry

Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice degree program introduces pre-service students to careers in law enforcement and corrections. It equips students with both the skills and knowledge needed to pursue careers and/or additional education. Positions are available at the federal, state and local governmental levels, and within community-based programs and private organizations.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice degree program introduces pre-service students to careers in law enforcement and corrections. It equips students with both the skills and knowledge needed to pursue careers and/or additional education. Positions are available at the federal, state and local governmental levels, and within community-based programs and private organizations.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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The Criminal Justice degree program introduces pre-service students to careers in law enforcement and corrections. It equips students with both the skills and knowledge needed to pursue careers and/or additional education. Positions are available at the federal, state and local governmental levels, and within community-based programs and private organizations.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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The Early Childhood Education program provides students with a theoretical background in child development, professionalism, curriculum development, assessment practices, and hands-on real world teaching experience. Students’ field work in early childhood includes experiences in multicultural and inclusion classrooms and provides opportunities to work with infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school-age children.

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Firefighter

Fire Science Technology certificate

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Fire Science Technology, A.A.S.

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Lakeland's Fire Science Technology program meets the needs of today's career and volunteer firefighters, pre-service students, and business and industry personnel having an interest in fire safety and protection. Fire science courses reflect the philosophies and techniques of today's fire service leaders.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies Certificate

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Paralegal Studies, A.A.S.

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The curriculum focuses on building strong research, writing, and analytical skills, while stressing the ethical framework of the law. Upon completion of the curriculum, students will be able to work in a variety of legal settings including law firms, corporations, and government agencies.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Paramedic Certificate

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Paramedic emergency medical technicians work under the direction of a physician to recognize, assess, and manage medical emergencies of acutely ill or injured patients in prehospital care settings. Their goal is to prevent and reduce mortality and morbidity due to illness and injury. Paramedics possess basic skills in opening up airways, restoring breathing, controlling bleeding, treating for shock, and administering oxygen. In addition, paramedics may administer drugs, interpret electrocardiograms, perform endotracheal intubation, and use other complex equipment.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts

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Welcome to Lakeland Community College's culinary arts program. In 2011 Lakeland joined forces with the International Culinary Arts & Sciences Institute (ICASI) to offer an Associate of Technical Studies degree paired with hands-on training in professional culinary arts.

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Energy Industry

Nuclear Technician

Nuclear Engineering Tech, A.A.S.

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Students meeting specific academic standards are eligible to receive, upon graduation, a “Nuclear Uniform Curriculum” certificate issued by the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) and Lakeland. Before being hired to work within the nuclear industry, students must be able to pass a background check, drug tests, and psychological screening, typically administered by the utility.

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Kirtland, OH 44094-5198
United States